Hey guys, new to the Dingoo scene here and I've been having trouble getting Dingux to install correctly on my a320. I've used a number of guides and have done a fair bit of research but I'm coming up short. Hoping someone here can guide me in the right direction. I'm following the guide here:http://www.dingoo-scene.com/TheCompleteidiotsGuidetoDinguxWindoze.htm
And on step 3 of flash firmware, both cmd commands run correctly, but the second causes my Dingoo to flip out. The Dingux screen comes up (with the Linux penguin), and the scripts begin to run, but eventually I get an error that says:
FATAL: cannot open /boot/rootsf (2)
Kernel panic - not syncing: Attempted to kill init!
Then the Dingoo starts to flash and can only be fixed with a hard reset. My SD card is empty and has been formatted as FAT32 with a single partition. The LCD model is 9338, and I am using the ILI9338 zImage file from the most recent package (dingux_system_20091022_plus_ILI9338). I disabled driver signature enforcement and the usbtool driver is working properly. I'm not sure where to go from here. Is rootsf supposed to be on the SD card before flashing the firmware? The description of the error leads me to believe so, but all of the guides say otherwise.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks guys.